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Ian Evatt appointed as Bolton Wanderers Head Coach

Welcome Ian!

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Bolton Wanderers have finally announced that former Barrow manager Ian Evatt has been appointed as the new head coach of the club.

The 38 year old joins Wanderers on a three year deal & is joined by his assistant Peter Atherton and analyst Lewis Duckmanton.

Upon his arrival, Evatt told the official site:

‘’Bolton Wanderers is a fantastic football club with an incredible history and fanbase and this is a really exciting opportunity for us all.

“Hopefully I can bring a brand and an identity that people will enjoy watching – attacking and scoring goals is what we all want to see.

“We want to be challenging and competing for promotion at the top of the division and to see a packed University of Bolton Stadium.

“The community and town is also very important to me. We will get out there and engage with them and make them proud of Bolton Wanderers.”

Welcome Ian & here’s to plenty of success in the future of Bolton Wanderers.